My Little Pony: Friends Forever #5

My Little Pony: Friends Forever #5

Writer: Thomas F. Zahler Artist: Tony Fleecs Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: May 21, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Fluttershy and Zecora take the spotlight in the new fan-favorite series! Fluttershy wakes up one day to find that all of her animal friends can talk to her! But what secret are they hiding? It will be up to everyone's favorite rhyming zebra to determine the nature of this strange occurrence!

  • 8.5
    AiPT! - Jordan Richards May 21, 2014

    My Little Pony: Friends Forever #5 is an enjoyable one-shot that'll certainly please the fans of the series and those looking for something bright and upbeat. Worth time if you or someone you know is a fan of Fluttershy and Zecora. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geeked Out Nation - KateCoenen May 24, 2014

    This story succeeds in showing how kindness inspires others to show kindness in turn, true to the spirit of Fluttershy's Element of Harmony. My Little Pony‘s creative team consistently produces solid stories with high-quality artwork, so do an act of kindness and help a kid get in the habit of reading by sharing these comics. Reading, like friendship, is magic! Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Unleash The Fanboy - Daniel Alvarez May 22, 2014

    Overall, a solid issue. Fluttershy and Zecora make for a pretty interesting combo. Sadly, the writing is a bit mixed. Fluttershy for most of the comic is out of character. Zecora was great, as was the plot twist at the end. While not the best Friends Forever issue, it's still a nice read. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Big Comic Page - Chris Bennett May 20, 2014

    The downsides of the book are few, but the constant rhyming got a little irritating after a while and, if I'm being honest, it's just not my kind of thing. For an all ages book, I've read a lot worse, however, not much that were better. It's something that I definitely feel I could get behind if I had kids or young children in the family, as it did have a solid overall narrative and even though I didn't necessarily like it myself, the rhyming would definitely be appealing to a younger audience as it gives the book a nice ‘Dr Seuss' feel to it. Read Full Review

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